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    Trolltunga (meaning: troll's tongue) is a piece of rock that juts out horizontally from a mountain above Skjeggedal Valley, Odda, Norway.

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    • Melissa Whitehead.

      trolltunga, norway | photography by tustago @ flickr | follow the source link for more amazing pictures of this beautiful place zamuz. That would either cure me or kill me...

    • Cerra Himle

      Trolltunga - Norway. I'm a little scared of heights but I'd risk it for a photo like that! CLICK THE PIC and Learn how you can EARN MONEY while still having fun on Pinterest

    • Phyllis Johnson

      I would love the view BUT it makes me faint to even look at this photo...Trolltunga - Norway

    • Gayle Segar

      Trolltunga - Norway. I'm a little scared of heights but I'd risk it for a photo like that!

    • Marie-Paule Godin

      30 Amazing Places on Earth You Need To Visit - This one is on my bucket list...

    • Courtney Jordan

      Hiking in Trolltunga, many places to go and photos to take!

    • Abhilasha Punj

      Trolltunga - Norway. Need to add this to my bucket list!

    • Lori Estridge

      ***This would be pinned under "PLACES I"D NEVER GO"

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